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  • buddymander
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    I think it's called "trial and error" when you aren't getting paid for it. If you're receiving a check, it's referred to as "Research and Development".

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  • DEEPNHOCK
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    What's up there now is perfect....
    As a tag line set of pic's they fit fine....
    My comment was about stringing four or five 640x480, or 800x600 pic's all in a row horizontally.
    That really messes up the text and makes it run way off the page and then you have to use the scroll tool to read the post...
    And it is all the following post's in that thread.
    I have no clue as to what is considered normal any more...
    This post fits fine on my laptop screen.
    Jeff[8D]


    quote:Originally posted by nibbs53
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    Jeff=Deephock. What's a normal p.c. screen.[?][?]


    http://community.webshots.com/user/deepnhock

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  • nibbs53
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    To Fred-Ozarkmam. Brad-Roekne10.

    That's my Pet Peeve, that's way i had i Pop Quiz.

    http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...TOPIC_ID=32046


    Jeff=Deephock. What's a normal p.c. screen.[?][?]

    I have the fix. Well post later.

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  • rockne10
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    Large photos can be a little vexing. What really PMO is when folks quote someone's post and don't go to the trouble of editing out the photos so you scroll them over and over again.

    PMO stands for "Puts me out".[)]

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  • ozarkman
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    I like the pics across the bottom. I've got an older display that maxes out at 1024x768 it seems fine for the 5 little pics across the bottom. What really kills me is when people post those mondo huge photos that requre me to scroll right and left for every post in the thread! Oh well...just rambling now.

    Fred

    **I'm not the best speller...FireFox catches most of my mistakes, but I use IE at work**

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  • jnfweber
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    quote:Originally posted by DEEPNHOCK

    Don't put them in a straight line, unless they are tiny
    (used for your sig line)Putting pic's all horizontal will cause ALL post's afterward to text out too wide to read on a normal PC screen.
    Pic's should be each put on a new line with a space in between each line.
    HTIH
    Jeff[8D]


    quote:Originally posted by jnfweber

    Thanks for the help from Hawaii. Now I would like to add these to my Profile, all in a straight line, if possible.
    I do appreciate the advice about vertical stacking, but it is more aesthetic (for me) to see them in a line, chronologically, and these are really tiny (50kb) photos. Besides, I have a new wide screen monitor, so running text over is not a problem (for me). But out of consideration for the 3 x 4 screen format, I will not send the photos on all posts. Thanks. everyone, for the help. I do appreciate the advice and try to be sensitive.[8D]

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  • jnfweber
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    quote:Originally posted by Dick Clemens

    Jack in Montana; I don't see the 64 Cruiser you said you had. I think I know the car. White, red interior, splir recliers, air, and a factory spotlight, but no radio. Nice 60,000 mile car. Last I saw you was Omaha,2006.

    studedick from the lower Ozarks
    I'll take a photo of it tomorrow. Runs great, looks the same, no oil leaks. Thanks for the help Mr. C.

    Jack in Montana



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  • DEEPNHOCK
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    Don't put them in a straight line, unless they are tiny
    (used for your sig line)Putting pic's all horizontal will cause ALL post's afterward to text out too wide to read on a normal PC screen.
    Pic's should be each put on a new line with a space in between each line.
    HTIH
    Jeff[8D]


    quote:Originally posted by jnfweber

    Thanks for the help from Hawaii. Now I would like to add these to my Profile, all in a straight line, if possible.

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  • Dick Clemens
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    Jack in Montana; I don't see the 64 Cruiser you said you had. I think I know the car. White, red interior, splir recliers, air, and a factory spotlight, but no radio. Nice 60,000 mile car. Last I saw you was Omaha,2006.

    studedick from the lower Ozarks

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  • jnfweber
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    quote:Originally posted by ozarkman

    Interesting...I wonder why it's not working...now I have to try.



    Is that what you want?

    Fred

    **I'm not the best speller...FireFox catches most of my mistakes, but I use IE at work**
    I think I've got it now, Fred. Thnx.

    Jack in Montana



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  • jnfweber
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    quote:Originally posted by ozarkman

    Interesting...I wonder why it's not working...now I have to try.



    Is that what you want?

    Fred

    **I'm not the best speller...FireFox catches most of my mistakes, but I use IE at work**
    Yes, that's great. Just what I wanted. Now you can tell me how to do that. My son has a "cabin" on Table Rock Lake in SW Mo.
    Thanks, Jack in Montana

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  • jnfweber
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    quote:Originally posted by SteveH

    hmmm not sure why the are not working. If you don't mind me copying them to my photobucket account I will post them for you.

    Nice car!

    Studebaker classifieds! www.studeswap.com


    Thanks for offering to help. I finally got them loaded, by my usual method (trial and error) with a little help from the U-Tube video. It takes a while to get the hang of things. I wish there were a way to line up the 5 photos horizontally so it wouldn't take up so much space.

    Jack in Montana







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  • ozarkman
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    Interesting...I wonder why it's not working...now I have to try.



    Is that what you want?

    Fred

    **I'm not the best speller...FireFox catches most of my mistakes, but I use IE at work**

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  • jnfweber
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    Thanks for the help from Hawaii. Now I would like to add these to my Profile, all in a straight line, if possible.







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  • JGK 940
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    Keoni Dibelka / HiloFoto
    In Hawai'i; on Hawai'i; on the Windward Side
    If da salt air never chew 'em up bumbye da lava will...

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